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RafaelRamax

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  1. Dynamic Resolution has long been a problem to my setups. Though the earlier wasn't much of top notch, as the CPU was bottlenecking performance, it was decent for fluid play. At that time I used to run mostly on medium settings targeting the 60 fps mark to match up with my 1080p@60hz monitor. Now I got a way better piece of hardware, fully capable to run high settings on a 1080p@75hz monitor, still Dynamic Resolution tend to go nuts so often that I get the feeling my glasses are dirty constantly. Strangely enough, the readings don't show any perfomance sink. I really don't know what kind of readings my hardware is providing the Evolution engine or the service used to throttle my computer's performance. Neither had overheating issues or excessive noise. Now that I know it has been improved by @[DE]Glen I'm surley going to tackle my video settings once again on both machines. Hope I can find some balance for them! Thanks! Former: AMD A10 6800k / 2x4GB DDR3 RAM / AMD R9 270 2GB Latter: AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3400mhz / 2x8GB DDR4 2666 CL14 RAM / AMD RX 580 8GB
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